The Observations "were originally drawn up in June 1812 in a letter addressed to Dr. [Colin] Chisholm, and were intended as an answer to his strictures on my proposed classification of contagious diseases: the substance of that communication to Dr. Chisholm has ... been preserved entire, though ... the epistolary form is laid aside." - p.  Topic: Communicable Disease Control
bySmith, James, 1771-1841; U. S. Agent of Vaccination; United States. 14th Cong., 1st sess., 1815-1816
The memorial, which includes "Outlines of a plan, proposed for the more effectual encouragement of vaccination in the United States" (p. 9-12) is dated Jan. 15, 1816 Topics: Vaccination, Communicable Disease Control
byMitchill, Samuel L. (Samuel Latham), 1764-1831; Buel, John, 1768?-1800, printer; Association of Tallow Chandlers and Soap Makers (New York, N.Y.); New York (State). Laws, etc
Attributed to Samuel L. Mitchill. Cf. Sabin, ESTC, and C. R. Hall's A scientist in the early republic, 1934, p. . Mitchill defended the Association in its suit Topics: Communicable Disease Control, Disease Outbreaks, Textile Industry, Communicable Diseases, Soaps,...